Relates 20th century chemistry to alchemy and ancient technology, introduces the concepts of physical and chemical change, atomic structure, the periodic table and chemical reactivity. FOR FURTHER INQUIRIES contact: Arts On Film. http://artsonfilm.com/ Topic: chemistry
Film made to attract high school students to the field of corrosion engineer. Looks to be made by high school students. Fascinating and odd. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks Archives. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project. Topics: corrosion, chemistry
byErpi Picture Consultants (later name Encyclopaedia Britannica Films)
Through animated drawings and photography explains the hypothesis that electricity consists of unit elementary charges. Demonstrates the conduction of electricity through solutions, gases, and vacuum: Faraday's laws; movement of charges in vacuum tubes: operation of photoelectric cells: and reproduction of sound on film. For high school and college groups. A survey of U.S. history from 1800 to 1817. Highlights the inauguration of Thomas Jefferson, the Barbary War, the Louisiana Purchase, the... Topics: chemistry, physics
What Goes Into the Blast Furnace Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film SummaryShows the preparation and handling of ore, coke, limestone and air. Defines integral as it applies to mathematics and illustrates the use of the definite integral. Topics: What Goes Into the Blast Furnace, Chemistry, Manufacture
byEncyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
Demonstrates basic methods for isolating one element from other elements. Experiments include: the reaction of sodium peroxide and water, catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, catalytic decomposition of potassium chlorate, decomposition of mercuric oxide, distillation of liquid air (an example of physical rather than chemical preparation), condensation from air, and electrolysis of water. Includes various ways to collect and test for oxygen. From the Yale Chemistry series Summary... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Oxygen, Chemistry, Catalysis, History, Laboratory techniques, Chemical... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
byFederal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration
Diagrams and explains by laboratory experiments the action of molecules in gases, liquids, and solids. Shows molecular action as a bulb of bromine is broken within a partial vacuum. Diagrams the force of gas molecules on the walls of a chamber. Describes the evaporation of water and explains why liquids assume the shape of their receptacles. Microscopic studies show molecular movement in solids. National Archives Identifier: 12346 Local Identifier: 69.32 * Creator(s): Federal Works Agency. Work... Topics: Chemistry, Gases, Living New Deal
Created by the Shell Film Unit in 1967 and directed by Michael Heckford, "Paint" takes a look at the creation and formulation of paint, and traces the history of paint and its components from the paintings of the Stone Age to the present day. A great deal of the focus on the film is industrial paint and its application, used to prevent corrosion and wear, and making everyday things more durable. Synthetic pigments are shown, as are oil paints, and many other pigments. In 2011,... Topics: History Of Painting, Painting, Film, Shell Oil Company, Royal Dutch Shell, Color, Chemistry,...
A CHEM Study film Presents experimental evidence of the periodic nature of chemical elements and explains the development of the periodic table. Includes experiments to show the classification of chemicals. Compares the data obtained from the experiments with the periodic table; illustrates the key to discovering chemical families, and explains that atomic numbers are essential in the arrangement of the families on the periodic table Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Periodic law, Chemistry, Chemical elements, Chemical elements,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Describes atomic nucleus reactions which release energy and thereby change the structure of matter itself. Tells how the radioactivity, nuclear fission, and nuclear fusion which arise from these reactions educate, benefit, and endanger humankind. Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Discusses basic nuclear theory relating to fission and fusion. Shows applications of both and points out the potential dangers of both. Topics: Educational Film, Nuclear resources, Atomic theory (Chemistry), Chemical, atomic and molecular...
byEncyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
With teacher's guide Producer, Charles Finance Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Illustrates the practical applications of diffusion and osmosis. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Osmosis, Diffusion, Cells, Chemistry, Cellular biology, Biochemistry,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
byChemical Education Material Study. [from old catalog]; Modern Learning Aids, New York. [from old catalog]
A CHEM Study film Longer version (20 min.) also issued Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Describes the atom in accord with quantum mechanics and explains the energy levels and line spectrum of th hydrogen atom. Discusses the electron position in the atom and the meani./ia metadatrbital. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Quantum chemistry, Hydrogen, Chemistry, Chemical, atomic and molecular... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Created in 1959, "The Drama of Metal Forming" is an exceptional film that shows the forming of metal in a foundry. It was directed by Peter DeNormanville and produced by the famed editor Raymond Spottiswoode, the father of Hollywood director Roger Spottiswoode and distant relative of the Swindon Bakery's famous chef Angus Spottiswoode. Slabbing mills are rollers are shown, almost certainly located in the UK, and the many processes used to create finished parts such as railway car... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Metal, Film, Shell Company, Shell Oil Company, Foundry, Royal Dutch Shell, Metal, Ingots,...